Emmett Scott High School - Rattler Yearbook (Rock Hill, SC)

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D Jmfword As thls the list year of hlgh School for the l9'v5 gradu aungclasscloscs 1115 vwth a touch of sadness that we recall the fr1enclsh1ps the happxne s s , and the act1x1t1es we have shared w1th classmates schoolmates, and teachers durmg the ye 1 rs It 1S our s1ncere hope that 1n the future as you turn tht pages of lhe H55 Rattler," the events shown wlll scrvc to recall pleasant memorxes of the days we have spent at dear Emmett Scott Hlgh School CO'NlF'Nl5 Mu 15 l YY OWS Sports KXQY' l - ' , s L - v f ' Y f , , A ,. , .,- - ,- . , Y K . .,. . . 1 . ' 'A ' , ' s f Vlr' I s v ' .ikdrrtiux-tr.1t1m1 Fi ' lty CllI:1': 0 gnlilkfixtl . ' ,ki ".t1sem Ants C lass on Q rv- I A 1 w Our ,4 Ima Maier 'W II SLK: V J 11 H "A A 'f' 1 LP' JAQAN 'I J If VN! 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We, the members of the Senior Class, have taken a. positive determination a nd approach toward preparing ourselves for our ambi- tions. They are d r e a m s that will become a reality! To these am- bitions, to these i de al s , the entire graduating class of 1955 proudly de- decates this Annual. Dvd: .fp' 5 'ffl fl! 1 5 66 is 5 X x gogxoee 5 . Dent15t Lawyer AND AMBITIONS A d r eam is a wish your heart makes when you are asleep. We wish- ed to become leaders of our Nation. Lnour dreams we had visions of our- selves as leaders. These dreams be- came our ambitions---to become the persons whom we want to be. W Mi I1-1-5 te 'S . X mtian D Tess Op Own 61-S 1' nav 1- " Y Q .fx x xy n ep .. A sf" 001906 4' WI s Q Professional Eau if 5551 if z- lf . 2-. I eti lja Us Plavefs XX Haard Of Trustees Seated left to r1ght H W Robinson Albert Hartsell W M White T S Gettys C A Robinson H L Dunlap PaulR Jenkins NEARLY A CENTURY OF SERVICE 'Q Mis ie A 'M , bs Mrs MaryE Reaves Barber Mrs Millie 'I 40 s 1daM J Gxst d of the noble work The school and the community are prou these teachers have done toward shaping the lives of their youth ind promoting high ideals. Admiuislratian :If .- s .gal SUPERINTENDENT Mr W C Sulhvan J PRINCYPAL , SECRETA Mr R W McG1r Mrs A M iiw acull J Mrs Gladys H Boulware Mr I-'rontxs Brooks Home Economxcs and Socxal Studxes Instrumental Musxc Mrs Ruth F Boulware Mr T O Brunson Mathematxcs and Socxal Stud1es Sclence and Dr1ver Educatxon Mrs Ruby Reeder Bradley Mxss Gwendolyn V Gxlmore Enghsh Physxcal Education and Soclal Studxes Mr Dav1dE Gardner Scmence .iiilll x - - -., Q - ,7 , f 5 1,k':QfV,a3, , 1 .ck ,L A 'if ' 5' X ,C .5 ,I .7 ' Q . . . . . . . . . . ?aculty 'Q 'K -'B M1ss Margaret M Henderson Pubhc School Muslc M155 Bess1e E Honor Mathernat1cs Mr Nathurlon Jones Physmcal Educatmon Mr G Llmehouse Sc1ence and Vocatlona Mr W1111am D Lyles Enghsh 1 Agrxculture Mr Mar1onJ Mack Soc1a1 Stud1es Mxss Mlldred L Mart1n Commerc1a1 Educat1on Mrs Beatmce F Moore Home Econom1cs and Art Mrs R C Pharr Sclence M1ss Z V Reasoner Mathemaucs M1ss U H Sp1gner French and Enghsh Mxss R L Sutton Enghsh and Soc1a1 Studxes Mxss Harvey L Ward L1brar1an f 4r e A -Q ,, 1- fv- f -rx acuity 079' Q96 pw 'Qi '43- Mrs Ed1thL Barber Second Grade Mxss Ida M Barber Seventh Grade Mxss Ethelnell Barton Fourth Grade Mrs Joseph1neR Baskxn Second Grade Mrs Alyce M Berry Fourth Grade Mrs W1111e Mae Brown Fxrst Grade Mxss Anme G Damels Fxfth Grade Mrs Dorothy S Dxngle F1rst Grade Mrs CoraB Gaffney Sxxth Grade Mrs Mxlhe J G1st F1rst Grade Mxss Glorxa D Hxnton Second Grade M1ss R L Jaggers Second Grade Mrs Annxe V Kettles Thxrd Grade Mxss Ruth M Lockhart Second Grade , :T Y for N I L f' L' 'T W if 1 A K F of 5- Sfaculty 1 X 4 'sn 1 YN M1ss Ila F Maddox Fourth Grade Mxss Dorothy L Mxddleton Th1rd Grade Mrs Calla R Moffett Sxxth Grade Mrs Josxe R Patton F1fth Grade Mrs V1rg1n1aM Pearson Flfth Grade M1ss Mlldred Roddey F1rst Grade Mrs Mar1e W Pellman Mrs Sad1e M Rucker Thu-d Grade Sxxth Grade Mr Maurxce O Pharr Mrs M .TeanG Sherer Seventh Grade Seventh Grade Mrs MaryE Reaves M1ss E M Walker F1rSt Grade Second Grade Mrs '1' M1ngoRe1d Second Grade 53 rl , an mg! A 3, , , I h W . X v A' I V,.1.-, I - an ,QX X ,I .' Frank W Berry Jr Pres1dent Student Eaunczl if pu, Odes sa Meeks As s1stant Secretary W1ll1am Barne tte Treasurer Frank W Berry Jr was the wxnner of a S1000 O0 scholarshxp xn the Reg1onal Elks Orator 1ca1 Contest held xn Chester, South Carolma He also partrcxpated 1n the Nat1onal Elks Orator 1cal Contest held 1n Ch1CagO and was awarded an all expense paxd trlp H15 speech coach was Mlss U H Spxgner -AL We MM WT 'iii-1 Q-a1'Ll Advxsors Miss Bessme Honor Mrs Beatrxce Moore Mr Dav1dE Gardner . . K , I KJ. Y" 'X d . , . . , . . ' " ff , , , . , 'Ver X 4-f5'-S's?"',.- iw:-Lag, f' H , , V5,.?qfLgi?. Q, Mmm-,t.. ,, - - - H- Q 'K A 53 K y . , , C , , I li . A X -. f s ,s . I , in I I I l 6' ' "fs-if Y 1 ' 5 ,,,gs? .gf , r.' ,F . F ,. : U 4' P 7 , -' 1- ri I . I . Q , . 4 , o I . Q 6111.95 Hzstary On September 1 1951 a g r oup of one hundred and f1fty four eager freshmen entered the doors of Emmett Scott Hxgh School Even though we had gone thr ough these doors to Elghth Grade lt was an ent1rely new adve ntu re to become h1gh school students However, we were prepared for lt by our parents the commumty and our teachers At f1rst the way was rough but after a week of or1entat1on we be c ame acqua1nted w1th the rules and regulat1ons for the new school year Due to the number, we were d1vxded 1nto four sectxons Des1r1ng to see some of our state, we V1S1t6d our state cap1tal Columb1a, and toured Fort Jackson We were repre sented 1n var1ous organ1zat1ons mclud1ng the basketball team, the Glee Club the band and G1rl Scouts Th1s year was a happy and successful one The mxghty sophomores as we were called our second year started the term offwlth a bang by elect1ng Verda Cooper a sophomore to represent us as Mzss 1952 1n our annual Chrlst mas parade Our class was then d1v1ded mto three sectlons We then V1SltCd South Carollna s oldest c1ty Charleston to see the h1stor1c scenes A new comer to our class was Mable Jones we became very fond of her At the end of the year Mary Knox and Alburn Chxsholm were se lected to serve as hostesses at the Juruor Sen1or Prom Charles Sm1th and Grover Dav1s served as hosts Our th1rd year found us at the mldpolnt of our h1gh school educat1on, and to our regret we had lost many m e mbe r s of the class Only seventy s1x remaxned, mak1ng only two sect1ons Later a fe w Jomed us but d1d not c are to cont1nue We saw Alburn Ch1sholm crowned Mmss Homecommg w1th Margaret Roach as one of her attendants Th1s was at the close of our football season dur1ng wh1ch Grover Dav1s Charles Sm1th and Ward Morrow played an lmportant part In the Chr1stmas parade Ed1th Fraz1er was crowned Chrlstmas Queen Later on 1n the year all thoughts turned to the on com1ng basketball season The members of our class who part1c1 pated 1n 1nter scholast1c c o m pe t1t 1 o n were John T Bone' Crawford, Ward' Dub 'Morrow Page Nell1e Mobley and Johnme Mae Jxmerson Our team won the 1ntramural class tournament After basketball season ended, our thoughts turned to the fxnal events of the school term The Jumor Class presented a play ent1t1ed Go1ng Places It was a grand adventure stag1ng a playfor the f1rstt1me The Jumor Sen1or Prom was a boom1ng success' We hltched our wagon to a star and took a tr1p 1nto the 'W1de Blue Yonder to enjoy an evemng of hllarxous enterta1n ment wh1ch was 1n mght club style w1th an orchestra, s1ngers and comedlans Flnally we reached the last year of our h1gh school educat1on wxth only fxfty f1ve members left wh1ch were two sectlons We who showedfaxth and courage have fulfxlled our desxres There was an atmosphere of galety that even the thought of study could not d1spel' Many have won fame th1s ye a r 1n var1ous act1v1t1es For 1nstance James Lowery pres1dent of the Mathemaucs Club Frank Berry Jr pres1dent of the Student Counc1l James Bowens and Charles Smlth pres1dents of the Sen1or Class Joseph Stmson and Ward Morrow v1ce pres1dents of the Sen1or Class Margaret Roach and Verda Cooper secretar1es of the Sen1or Class and W1ll1 am Page and Grover Dav1s treasurers of the Sen1or Class Margaret Roach Fleda Sharpe and Amanda Page were flag bearers Mary Knox, Alburn Chl sholm Emma Benson Frexda Allen and Edna Vaughns were letter glrls Our Sen1or Class Queen was Verda Cooper Wlth Ola C Colvln and Ibra Jeanne Wh1te as her attendants Helen Edwards Ola Colvln W1ll1e F Ander son, andW11l1am Page were chosenas cheer leaders The other members of our class have won fame ln other act1v1t1es, such as Football basketball the band and choral umon Our years at Emmett Scott H1gh School have been very eventful the many exper1ences we have had here w1ll help us dur1ng decxsxve moments 1n years to come . 1 1 ' 1 V A I ' I i ' I D Y . . . Y . I - vw . ' 11 ' I I ' lv ' ll ' ' - I I . l 1 . ' ' Q c 1 - - . 9 . . I . . . . I . H . ' 11 ' ' I V I 1 I I . U 3 ' I ' ' , ' ' ' . .vu - u 1 1 ' D Grover "Hawk" Davis, and James "Time" Lowery. The girls were Helen "Sook" Graham, Amanda 1 1 - - ' ' ll ' ll ' . . , . H . . . . . , . I - . , . . 5 , . -- ' ' s ' -- 3 -- - Q -- 5 '- " - I 1 F 1 1 3 Q . l u y y 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 , . , ' . S Che key Co 611155 Success U1-J PRESIDENTS F B 1 M SECRETARIES M g tR h- p X' f LQ VICE PRESIDENTS Lllll TREASURERS Wlll' - Semars IDA MAE AGURS Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wlsh them to be slnce you cannot make yourself as you w1sh to be FREIDA SONJA ALLEN To speak le s s and perform more shows the character1st1c of a great mxnd WILLIE FRANCES ANDERSOIN There xs always workto be done there IS no tlme to dr1ft WILLIAM BRIDGES BARNETTE The prlce of w1sdom IS above rubles Q9 MAE FRANCES BASKIN The mold of a man s fortune IS xn h1s own hands JOHN FRED BAXTER EdUCat1OD1S the passageway to sue cess EMMA FEW ELL BENSON "Tomorrow's unfinishe d work is easy- -provided we do today's today." FRANK WELDON BERRY,JR. "No one knows what it is that he can do 'til he tries." JUANITA BURRIS 'It 15 eas1er not to speak a word tha to speak more Words than we should BERNICE VICTORIA CANTY A good name 15 rather to be chose than great r1ches ' Scuiars BILLY BLAKE "Enter to learn, de part to serve." BOBBY BLAKE For art may err but nature cannot ITIISS JAMES FRANKLIN BOWEN Some books are to be chewed some to be swallowed but very few to be chewed and dxgested JOHN WALLACE BOYD Lxvesofgreat men all remmd us CRAWFORD CATHCART Vacant heart and hand and eye eas1 ly l1ve and qu1etly dxe WILLIE JAMES CATHCART T1me 15 the rxder that breaks youth l 5111015 ALBURN CHISHOLM ye fa1thful untll the end JAMES ALLEIN CHISHOLM PFOTDISS 1S most g1ven when the least 15 sald OLA CLEMENTINE COLVIN Be the same always VERDA LOUISE COOPER Courage 15 a v1rtue only m pro portlon as It ms d1rectedby prudence JOHN THOMAS CRAWFORD Behlnd a thorn there s a rose GROVER CLEVELAND DAVIS 'Be such a man and 11ve such a lxfe that 1f every man were such as you and every 11fe a hfe hke yours thxs earth would be God s Parachsel HELEN EDNA EDWARDS "What is past I know but what is come lknow not." RICHARD FEWELL Don't worry about what you have not but do the best with what you have." Seniars EDITH MAE FRAZIER An mvestment ln knowledge pays the best mterest MABLE ELIZABETH GAYTEN It IS better to be s11ent and thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt JOE LOUIS HINTON Lxfe 1S l1ke a theater 1n Wh1Ch the worst people often have the best seats JOHNNIE MAE JIMERSON When the lron IS hot str1ke JAMES EDWARD JOHNSON What 15 lovely never dmes but pass es lnto other lovelmess MABLE JONES oth1ng succeeds lxke success fl HELEN LAVINA GRAHAM 'Excuses only Sat1Sfy the man w o makes them GEORGE HICKLIN JR 'Be always sure you re r1ght then go ahead ROBERTA LAND Be yourself today and forever .TOE NEELY LEWIS Our ch1efw1sdom cons1sts 1n know 1ngourfo1I1esandfau1ts that we may correct them Samara JOHNNIE ANN KENNEDY can who th1l'LkS he can MARY LOUISE KNOX 'Knowledge and t1mber shouldn t e much used t11 they are seasone JAMES WALLACE LOWERY Not ' 1S perm1ss1bIe to stop but re Plctured member to start a.ga1n JOE LOUIS MACKEY Jomed the U S Navy MOSES MCC ULLOUGH Knowledge comes but wlsdom l1n gers. MILLER MCDANIEL "ASS1St me up, and 1n commg down I w1l1 shlft for myse1f." YlHe ' .lf 1 ' l b .K n - dun f - ,, ll uv 'V . . A 1 'A . . I YI I LL I 'Ir ' ' ' , ' ' .il I ll I . , - ll AMANDA ELIZABETH PAGE So l1ttle done so much to do Scumrs HELEN RUTH MCMULLEN It 15 bette r to learn late than ver ODESSA MEEKS od had mtended that man should go backward he w ould have gwen h1m an eye 1n the back of h1s head to the hezghts of greatness ay never get over " NELLIE MAE MOBLEY Educat1on1s a rough road that leads WARD DORC AS MORROW A sl1p of the foot you may soon cover but a shp of the tongue you WILLIAM THEATHE PAGE Our real bleSS1DgS often appear o us ln the shape of paxns losses and d1sappo1ntments but let us have pa hence and we s oon shall see them 1n the1r proper fxgures CYPHESE JACQUELYN RAMSEUR 'Accomplish your aims earn honor but do not claim it.' MARGARET VIVIAN ROACH Give to the world the best that you have and the best will come back to you, ya' +-if Senmrs ELDORA RODDEY Kmdness IS one thmg that you can g1Ve away mt always comes back FLEDA BEATRICE SI-IARPE "Success 1S counted sweetest by those who ne er succeed CHARLES HENRY SMITH JR T1s not my talent to conceal my thoughts or carry smlles and sun shxne 1nmy face when d1scor1tent sxts heavy on my heart JOSEPH STINSON A thlng of beauty 15 a Joy forever as Wa'-J' 47 uv' 53 fvv E DNA LOUISE VAUGHNS 'It matters not whether you wln or lose, but how you play the game JANIE BEATRICE WALLS One good turn deserves another IBRA JEAN WHITE Assume av1rture 1f you have It not JAMES PERRY WYLIE Nothmg 1S 1mposs1ble to a w11l1ng heart ' fn 1 vu ' ' ' lt - - vu l 1 nv , . rv ' vu I ' f 75536 I lg ' - , .N A V ' ,Y , X' ' . In My 11 f V ' Sw' 7, vu . In .-- rf ' ' 2' vu ' - - ,, . YJ V uv ' - - - . A I . Q . We Pecp Into Cha 5'ulure As the year 1965 arnves, we fxnd the members of the class of 1955 dlspersed all over the land of the free ' And we Mary Loulse Knox and Cyphese Jacquelyn Ramseur bexng telephone operators wxth the American Telephone Company were able to contact and mform them of thexr classmate's performance Not a few but thousands of people are s xle ntly and anxxously awaltxng to hear and see the performance of Eldora Roddey's Symphony Orchestra She 15 shrectmg her 'Fxrst Symphony' at Carnegle Hall We arrlved early to greet our classmates before the performance Many of her classmates are unable to attend Mae Frances Basktn Helen Edwards, Odessa Meeks and Fleda Sharpe fxnd It tnconvement to attend becav se of thexr xndlspensable posxtlons xn the elementary school tn Chxtterlmg Swxtch Georgxa Wxll you look who IS stepprng out of that sleek Cadxllac 7 Dr Frank Berry Jr wxth Mable Jones They are the perfect pxcture of blxssful matrzmony He IS a surgeon at the Mayo Cluuc xn Rochester Mxnnesota and she rs a nurse there We heard that George Hlc klxn, Jr IS wzth the Dodgers and Crawford and Wzllxe Cathcart are wxth the Indtans Their whereabouts tonight are unknown Rapldly approachxng are Van Gould's secretarxes Juamta Burris Roberta Land, and 1-'rexda Allen My' they look mce I Has Edxth 'Cookxe I-'razxer arrxved yet 7 She IS dolng soctal work rn Utah All of us are expectlng her Look at those beautiful smiles on the faces of the people xn seats Z5 ze and Z7 the ever faxthful Jame Walls Edna Vaughns,snd Amanda Page We heard that they have completed thexr Master s Degrees ml-Iome Economics and are teachmg at Dunbar Hugh School ln Washington D C Guess who xs all sprawled out ut seat 1, a1sle 1? None other than Bobby Blake who brmgs greetmgs from hxs brother, Bxlly We understand that they have a swanky club tn Rock H111 South Carolma JohnCrawford1s seated next to h.1m John IS back at our Alma Mater Emmett Scott Hxgh School, as Physical Educatlon instructor and coach of basketball and football Emma Benson has done remarkably well wxth her choxr at Newark Musxc School mn New Jersey Lucluly, this is her week end off Wxll you ltsten to thas 'P Willxe Frances Anderson and lda Agurs are nurses at Peona I-los pxtal 1n Peorxa, Illinois Telegrams? I-IelenMc Mullenand OlaC Colvxn who are workmg mn the Englzsh and French departments of Florida State College are unable to be here because they mxssed thexr flxght on Eastern A1rlines They were to have m ade the trrp on the plane of which Grover Davms ts the pllot Can you fathom this? James Bowens IS chxef chemlst at Wyeth Phnrmaceuncal Company mn Phxladelphxa Pennsylvania Oh h h' Look who has just entered Joseph Hmtonl By the way he was recently plctured m Esqmre as one of the best dressed men of the year He IB really lookmg his part tomght We heard that Joseph Sttns on and James Chxsholm dxd a beautiful archatectural Job on the new CYO Buxldmg in Rock H111 wxth Rtchard Fewell as the construction engineer We never thought these two would team up but here they are the two of them Margaret Roach ha s establnshed a dress shop and c ould thxnk of no other person so well-qualxfxed as a dress des1gner as Johnme Ann Kennedy They make a mce two some What have we here? Another telegram f r om Dr Willxam Page He 15 makxng a fortune as a dentmst Because the "Sign 18 now rxght " he and hxs nu r s e s Verda Cooper and Johnnxe Mae Jxmerson are unable to be with us Dr W1l11am Barnette zs said to be doxng exceptxonally well as an optometrxst zn Cahforma He looks very dlstmgul hed sitting down front We are really gettmg plenty of wtres tomght Here's one from Reverend John Baxter H xs the pastor of the Hollywood Fxrst Baptxst Church one of the largest in the Un1ted States John Boyd and James Mackey have opened one of the latest styled garages on the corner of Crawford and Pond Streets They are themr own mechamrs Well well, here comes Alburn Chxsholm Alburn is bead of the Busmess Department of Benedxct College She really looks happy Unless our eyes deceive us Helen Graham Ibra Jean Whxte, and Mable Gayten are now enterlng Helen is swttch board operator at Umon Statxon Mable has opene d a ha1rdress1ng shop and Ibra Jean ts a beautlcxan there And just look who 1s commg rn the door why 1t 15 James Johnson wxth Charles Smmth and James Perry Wylxe They have Just come from the PaC1flC Coast where they have been testmg the new Jets wh1ch are faster than sound or lxght Nelhe Mobley xs mstructor of Soczal Studzes at Emmett Scott Hxgh School She ha s just arrlved and has brought us greetxngs from our beloved Alma Mater Quxet please' Here ll a telegram from Joe Neely Lewls explaxmng why he could not get here He had to take the Presxdent of the Umted States to an assembly He ns the Presxdent s chauffeur Moses McCullough xs do1ng outstandmg work as a medxcal doctor xn Kxll Devxl H111 North Carolma Oh yes Bermce Canty 15 hrs nurse Attentxon' Attentxon please' Now enterxng Carnegxe Hall 15 Ward Dub Morrow He xs now one of the lawyers for the N A A C P Here come two mecharucal engxneers James Lowery and Mxller McDamel The curtaxn 15 up now and all are hstemng to the fu-st movement of Eldora s symphony The performance IS superb' The flnale brmgs forth deafenmg applause as Eldora takes 10 curtam calls Everyone ns chattermg about days spent at Emmett Scott Hlgh School before returnmg home Nxce trxp home everyone Mary Knox Cyphese Ramseur ll .I , ' I I . . , V t . . . , . , ' ' I . , . l -- I , ' . . 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J an J' ' 'Kimi' 'H .. 1.asS"s..,"Qf,.f-'Q ' M MOST BASHFUL MOST POPULAR BEST NATURED Eldora Roddey Cyphese Ramseur Mable Jones Crawford Cathcart James Bowens James Lowe rx, QUIETEST Moses McCullough Frexda Allen SHORTEST Helen McMullen BEST SPEAKERS Edxth Fraz1er Charles Smlth Juamta Burns W1111e J Cathcart Frank Berry F-M MOST DIGNIFLED MOST COOPERATIVE TALLEST Ida Agurs Mable Gayten Jame Walls Joe N Lewxs Johnn1e Jxmerson John T Crawford James Ch1sholm John W Boyd J.-R' . N'- ' ""' 4'-1"-f?S"?f72: ? ,. -. sn, Scalar Mzrrar BEST ALL AROUND Amanda Page Ward Morrow MOST LOVABLE Alburn Chlsholm James P Wyhe MOST DEPENDABLE Mary Knox W1111am Barnette MOST POETIC Mae Frances Baskm 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST BUILT Margaret Roach Edna Vaughns Wxlham Page Grover Davxs PY' aw: MW BEST ATHLETE Helen Graham John T Crawford MOST CHANGEABLE W1111e F Anderson John F Baxter Q 1 L- uigi? rig.. MOST FRANK Helen Edwards Mzller McDan1e1 . . ,M . . X , I .V 1 - . 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W1ll,4nd Zestament We the members of the Semor Class of 1995 of the Clty of Rock H111 State of South Carolxna belng of sound m1nd and memory do hereby make publlsh and declare thls to be our Last NN 111 and Testament and hereby revoke all former w1lls by us at any t me heretofore made To our devoted parents we leave our deepest gratt ude for themr newerfatltno gu dance e shall forever strlve to prove that the1r efforts were not ln va1n To the communlty we leave a word of slncere thankfulness for 1ts contrlbutmon to our suc cess and achlevement through the years To our prtnclpal Mr R W McG1rt we leave our s 1nc e re appreclatxon for ms 1nsp1r1ng leadershlp and cooperatlon To our sponsors Mrs Gladys Boulware ard Mlss Rosa Sutton we leave our warmest thanks and best w1shes for thelr unurtng devotxon to :ur efforts for achtevement durmg the years To the faculty we leave the deslre that the students tn years to come vull be exen I1OI't. stuclluus To the .Tumor Class we leave our name ant. all the d1gn1ty rt 1nd1cates V To the Sophomore Class we leave the ab1l1ty to gtve a .Iumor Semor Prom VIII success We leave to the Parent Teacher ASSOC1at1OH a deeper and closer relatxonshtp between the school the commumty and the home The bequest for a Utopla at Emmett Scott School goes to the Student Counc1l To the Glrl Scouts and Boy Sc out s of Amerlca we leave our slncere deslre that they vulll responslble for the future progress of the Nat1on X ot e Bus DTIVCFS and the Safety Patrol we leave the observance. of all safety rules XIII 'Io the Band vue leave the xnstruments we playe cl and hope that others w1ll1ncreasethe1r usefulness XIV To the Football Team we leaxe our cheers that tt vull be State Champtons 1D years to come We leave tothe Basketball Teams the gymnastum so that they can pract1ce and perfect them selves XVI To the Chorus we leave l1sten1ng ears to hear 1ts votces slnglng of brotherly loxe and co operatxon XVII We leave to all other organlzatlons here at school the harmony and fellowshlp that w1ll make the members better c1t1zens of tomorrow Havtng sxgned and sealed thts last wxll and testament on thxs thtrtteth day of May IH the Year of our Lord one thousand mne hundred flfty f1ve we hereby make lt effect1ve WIIHESSES Te stators James Bowens Mable Gayten Charles Smxth Roberta Land tj, I I 4 I , 't ' ' ' O i' . W II III IV V V1 II To the Freshman Class, we leave our best wishes and hope that somedayit, too, will enjoy IX X XI be ' - 4 ,' II T h ' V - , I, . . , . XV I - . Xu . ' : : x '- . " 1 flllfldl' Glass Offzccrs Mxss Sp1gner and Mr Mack Advxsors Standxng Left to Rlght Marlan Smith Presldent John Heffney T rea s ure r Mxldred Rose borough T re a s u r e r Thomas Edwards V1ce Presxdent Ehzabeth W1Ikes Presldent Slttln Left to Rxght Anna L Stlnson Secretary Clarence Taylor Vlce Presldent Betty McCullough, Secretary Ffa Q Q . i 2 1 so 1 Q vi! 2 V a c J , - - t . ' 5, x 6 A R if - ' ,, k 2 , .1 Q, 1 - . V-, f A v, X . - 1 , .K 2 W . . A ' x f 4,77 2 .W Y K , ' -fx I I KL ' wa, , .. . ,f f 'K K , vga w, fir A , V , X g 4 , 1, , . , 0 1 n I 1 Q I Q ' r I , Z 1 - gn 3 - 1 2 1 2 . junzors Evelyn Adams Govle Aldndge Franlue Allen Bobby Anders W1111e M Anthoney Frances Archle Isalah Barber Margaret Blake Parthema Caldwell V1rg1n1a Cauthen Thomas Cherry Ot1s Colvm Lena M Crosby Earhne Cureton i Wllhe G Boulware W1111e J Boulware Isa1ah Boyd Geneva BPICC Benjamxn Brown Esterleen Burns W1ll1am Burns Dorothy Burns 1 Evelyn L Hardum Bettye Hart John Heffney Sxdney Heffney Henry H1nton Helen Hutchxnson Dorothy L Hyatte Wxlhelmenxa J1merson Aaromta Johnson Bettye M Jones juuzars Lou1se Durham Ann1e R Douglass Johnme M Douglass Rlchard Douglass Fanme Durham Thomas Edwards Harry Elhs Anme I.. Ervln Hattxe Fee Bettye Hall 914 Qs Edward Jones Conme Mart1n Ray Mason Bettye McCullough Rosetta McCullough Bobby McCoy Robert McDonald Geraldine Mobley Mamie Moffett Yvonne Moore Gm juniors DelGrat1a Moreland Margaret Neeley Alfred Paden Ruby Page James Patton Mary E P1ckett Barbara Pratt Odell Reld Heyward Rob1nson Mary Roblnson .fx Q1 62. W X-f Beulah Walker John H Walker Carl Watson Mary Weldon Charles Wh1te Lzlhan Wh1te Harold Wh1te Ehzabeth Wxlkes Clarxce Woods Scottle Wy11e gc- 176 'QU' WL -'-it an Henry Roseboro M1ldred Roseboro Susxe B Roseboro Anna L Slmpson Ruth1e S1mpson Maman Smlth Glor1a Steele Clarence Taylor Dorothy Thompson Dorothy Thornes -1' ,,- X -V W 7 K' lv 2 l l s . ' '4 6 X "' W X F- x ' Ay r U 5 rg Ry v A LX D ,Z ,i t l - 5- -,W 'px 'H V , '. ' .Lise W " ' W , W ' lvNii5L,f QA W, lfll ' Aj A W 5' A" ,V 'ig 3 W if . 5 7 16 1 ' iff' H ' ' A u p . Q LU ' 4 X X " W, V V l 5 W ' i W ,W . 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A it J , 1 ag , I I Miss West En : Marian Rucker R ' ig A Attendants: Gloria Jean Moore ' A and Bessie ee s. .wx if , HI I I +L.:- Q i f Q17 .QA ,, L M k , 5 if' 1 Mrs. Brown, Trainer 4' I . sf- E71 I I MP1 e' av' . KJ9' Safety Palm! Mr Frontxs Brooks Dlrector Sgt James E Street Head of Safety and Trafhc D1v1s1on Rock H111 ew 4 4 Drwer Educalwn Mr T O Brunson, Instructor -22206 ff" law. YVWNOVYQY . h A -up-v-vwvlvlvv Bus Drwcrs Rl .Elementary Hays cfharus L h Speech 6ha1r 1-hgh Schaal Kharus ZVR F D Slcmeutary Zharus Miss Henderson Mis s Middleton Directors Mathemalzcs 6 ull J Y P d Prznmry Hays Wzarus Keen Age Hook 6 u t-L,.,,-' may , MWDy1 L? cferclv Qrangais Mm U. H-5P18ne1'-Advisor ' , . ' A - ' ' , A 'A 1 -A W n 1 'f - 1' V. , ' i , ,JL 9 . i WM We- , -Y f.iQ:,tTi, I .' Q K . inf: l, A N . ,Q A K -A tx L- ' 4 ' Ig, A f 4 Q ' K V I fi Vi f r. . . L es, Advisor New 5'armers Of Amcrica .Hang gcanamffs Mr.G.Limeh0us Ad Mrs. G. u-- 4 .5 kr ss.. s Boulware, Instructor FOODS CLOTHING Mrs. B. F. M l 5535 -ll zqtw, Wx Shorthand I 1 Cypzng I Cypzng ll L+ ,. Eammcrcml glllb MM M M Ill aj: fy Z7roo,o I7 Zroop I3 5111 Scouts Scout loaders Z'roo,o I5 Brawnzes Girl Scauts Zfroap I 4 Wlk i""-. J 155' Kitchen k Dznzng Know Zcnth Grade Centlz Grade M s Beatnce Moore, Adv1sor A96 'QQ' Zan th Grade n ,Nmlh Grade Zcnth Grade ,Nmth Grade D Ad Miss . . easoner, Ad ' Mrs. u . ra e , Ad isor Mr. avid E. Gardner, ,Ninth Grad: Nmth Grade M W1 DLy1 Ad Ninth Grade . Miss Gwendo n ilmore, Advisor . W Mr. George Limehouse Ad ' . r. i1 iam . es visor .fzghth Grade 81gl1tl1 Grad: fzglztlz Grade M R Ph Ad Mrs. Rut oulware, Advis . Nathurlon Jones, Advisor i rs. osa arr, visor Seventh Grade Miss Ida M. Barber, Teacher Seventh Grade Seventh Grade l r. . . P arr, Teacher C7 ' " ' M . Mamye G. Sherer, Teacher Suflh Grade Suftlz Grad: 0 Suflh Grade R k glfffl Grade ?1ftl1 Grade Hzfth Grade N O Mlss Damels, Teacher 'D 1 T7 T Mrs. Patton, Teacher Mrs. Pearson, Teacher ?aurth Grade ?our!h Grade 9aurtl1 Grade M Mdd Miss Barton, Teacher Mrs. Berry, Teacher rs. a ox, Teacher Zhzrd Grade Chzrd Grade Zfhzrd Grade Scwud Grade Sccoud Grade' Second Grade Second Grad: Second Grade Second Grade Miss oc art, Teacher Mrs. Reid, Teacher iss a er, Teacher gllif Grade ?1rst Grade 5'1rst Grade glI'Sf Grade glI'5f Grade M RddyT gl!'Sf Grade When Mary Knox John T Crawford W1111am Barnette We Were ec Fleda Sharpe 7 Helen Edwards 5 Odessa Meeks 8 A1burnChxsho1m 6 Ward Morrow 9 Mae Frances Baskm 'T 'rr izilrsi. ' o , - gl g f' . 'AI' ' 1. f3 I, Q . li. ...A 4 3 , .J A Q I 'Q Q , fx' 4. 5. 0 xg . - E' E 4 ' 5 T? Q yr 7. 5 ' 8, 9 7 ' 5 4. . When We Were Wee 0 Q- 'Q -Q.-. ,ps 7 1 IdaM Agurs 4 Johnnxe A Kennedy 7 Frank Berry Jr Z IbraJ Whlte 5 Charles Smmth 8 Cyphese Ramseur 3 Verda Cooper 6 James Bowens I ,WS X W We Z" I 1 ,Ng I fee," I . 4 V 6., - ' V f - V U W , ,W xx. , ,f ' tl QL ,f W, .W K . an-xii. W"?"f' I' , ' 0 .' K '- s 8' You PGY ollfffe ANS Gdch 0 M X ' by c. R E v H o u N o Apprcczalzon The members ot the Semor Class W1Sh to express our appreclauon to all persons and flrms who have helped to make posslble the pubhsh lng of th1s Annual To Mrs Gladys H B oulw are and Mxss Rosa Sutton our spec1al thanks for the1r e nn rg e tnc work devot1on and t1mely suggeshons 1n helplng to ach1ewe success To our adxerusers and Mr Joe Curt1s for the1r f1nanc1al support To Mr T O Brunson for placuxg at our disposal many 1nterest1ng photographs son e OfVNh1Lh a re show n on pages pertalmng to sports queens and many others rn-,ludmg our dedxcatlon To Mrs Ruth Boulware and Mr W D Lyles for then' aduce and aid f N Q ....--1 --"' 1117- ! .QV 4 A I' ,. nfs- .' .- . ' s ,.L 4 .-3 1 -S.xK .L E . -. f 1 - I 5 V 1 I l 1 5 ' ' Y - Y . . . . . - W n .N Y h . . ' 1 6 N An 1 Y . L , . . , . , l 4, V V . Y. qv' OUR SUPPORTERS Congratulauons Semors FRIEDHAMS 202 East Ma1n Street Rock H111 South Carohna JOE CURTIS The Work1ng Man s Frxend ROCK HILL SEAFOOD CO Everyth1ng ln Season 20 Years of Dependable SCIVICE Bu11t on Conhdence Growlng w1th Serv1c:e Phone 2.342 Congratulauons To Class of 1955 THE PEOPLES UNDERTAKING COMPANY Mrs .Tohme M Rob1nson Propmetress Mrs Edna R K1ng Embalmer Rock H111 South Carohna X A I X- N I x ff rx? R x A 1 . at ' x X 1 X ' . I . - ' . - 9 0 I . , Best NVISIICS from ROCK Hlll PRINTING 8. FINISHING COMPANY D1v1s1on of M Lowensteln Ez Sons GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES OF EMMETT SCOTT HIGH As you s ta rt your 11fe s work let systemat1c sav1ngs be a part of your plans When the Peoples Nat1ona1 started bus1ness IH 1906 lt was1tspoJ1cyt0 open sav1ngs accounts w1th 1 OO deposlts and we have watched such small be g1nn1ngs grow 1nto s1zeab1e amounts from systemat1c sav1ngs Th1s Nat1ona1 bank st111 feels that one of 1tS pr1nc1pa1 purposes IS to en courage the new saver the small saver, and we welcome sav1ngs accounts any amount that are systemat1ca11y added to In the M1dd1e of the Block on Ma1n Street Graduate To Greater Food Savmg At Your Fr1end1y COlONIAl STORE 237 East Ma1n Street Rock H111 South Carohna ESSENCE of the AMERICAN LOOK Fabrxcs CELANESE+ acetate the beauty f1ber Watch for new fa s h1 on 1nterpretat1ons of the 'Amencan Look trus sprmg Ce1anese acetate Celanese actatee sharkskm 1S a "natural for the Amencan Lo k CKEIIEANESE CORPORATION OF AMERICA PgoPl:S NATIONAL BANK BEST WISHES From BELK S DEPARTMENT STORE Rock H111 South Carohn ROCK HILL COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY IOYTIIO INDI! AUIMOINY OI TNI COCA-COLA COMPANY H INDUSTRIAL SHOE SHOP J D Boyd Prop 116 S Trade St Phone 3937 For The Best In Shoe Repa1r1ng Congratu1at1or1s to the Graduatmg Class of Emmett Scott EASY PAY STORE Rock H111 South Carollna Compliments of ROCK S LAUNDRY Cr DRY CLEANING 133 W Ma1n St Rock H111 South Carohna BENNETT SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale Automotwe Parts And Accessorles 922 East Ma1n Street Rock H111 South Carohna Best W1ShSS From NEELEY SERVICE STATION Rock H111 South Carohna PROCTOR MUSIC CO D1a1 2439 MUSIC Records Instruments Supphes Planos J L PHILLIPS DRUG CO Prescr1pt1on Drugg1sts Rock H111 South Carohna Complamenfs of HERLONG SPORTING GOODS The Best 1n Sport1ng Equ1pment D1a1 9275 1025 Maln St. I 125 Caldwell St. PARRISH FLOWER SHOP 221 North York Avenue Phone 2973 Rock H111 South Carohna WHITE PRINTING COMPANY Pr1nt1ng That Pleases Off1CC at School Supp11es G1ftS For A11 OCCaS1ODS 125 Hampton St Rock H111 South Carohna Compliments f MEARES SALES COMPANY 106 North Trade Rock H111 South Caro11na Complamenfs of PINK BROWN BILLIARD PARLOR 6' RESTAURANT 109 West Black Street Rock H111 South Carohna EFIRDS DEPARTMENT STORE Rock H111 South Caro11na OK PAWN SHOP 5 OK MEN S 6 BOYS SHOP 112 114 North Trade Street The Rlght Clothes at The R ght T1me Comphmenfs of MELVILLES Rock H111 s FaSh1On Headquarters Best W1ShCS FLINT HILL GROCERY Staple and Fancy Grocer1es Rock H111 South Caro11na II ' ' Il ' o Compliments of I I I II ' i ' II I ' I Compliments of GIVC A Thought MUTT s PooL HALL To Your Feet The place for Enjoyment Rock H111 South Carolma B A K E R S SHOE SERVICE Best Wxshes From GABLE S CLOTHING STORE 125 Ca1dwe11Sf Phone 4841 Rock H111 South Carohna Rock H111 South Carohna You Are Always Welcome at RAYLASS Your Fam11y Store Make Raylass Your Shopplng Headquarters I , I m, ,,, ,,,,,,,, WH , 1 ' ' ' ' 1 w 1 w 1 w . . 5 I . . SEVEN UP SCORES HIGH WITH ALL! ffdiemyod 7 CARROLL BEVERAGE COMPANY Charlotte Hlghway Rock H111 South Carohna ROCK HILL NATIONAL BANK Insurance Corporat1on East Ma1n Street Complrmenfs of HARVEY MOTORS INC LIHCOLH and Mercury 214 Ma1n St Phone 3177 Dr1nk Today's New and Modern ROYAL CROWN COLA Low 1n Calor1es I-hgh 1n Taste ROYAL CROWN COLA CO Phone 4330 MOORE FURNITURE CO 202 East Ma1n St Rock H111 Congratulauon Sen1ors FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS Ma1n Street Rock H111 FOR A COMPLETE COURSE 1n Beauty Culture Mrs Fredd1eI Gath1ngs 168 W Black St Rock H111 Phone 9151 4675 1 P n Q I O O X 5 1 A gn 1 O O My fx-.H Member Of Federal Deposit ' 1 1 Autographs


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